This report presents results from the performance evaluation of climate risk management (CRM) at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The evaluation found that CRM integration into the program cycle should be viewed as a longer-term process of institutional change.
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USAID should work to increase ownership of the climate risk management (CRM) process by design teams to ensure CRM doesn't stall out after the assessment phase, external evaluators recommended in a recent evaluation.
West Africa’s rich forest and coastal resources are increasingly at risk due to recurrent droughts, rising sea levels and deforestation with large consequences for economic development and food security.